weather-beaten

ADJECTIVE
  1. worn by exposure to the weather
    a house of weathered shingles
  2. tanned and coarsened from being outdoors
    a weather-beaten face
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How To Use weather-beaten In A Sentence

  • I'd have said ‘Don't be crazy,’ he says, his weather-beaten face creasing into a smile.
  • He wore a short hauberk over a leather shirt and weather-beaten old leather leggings.
  • And then I followed him out and sat beside him on an old couch covered with a wool blanket in front of a low weather-beaten coffee table. So Much Pretty
  • His jokes may be hoary, but the glint in his eye is youthful; the footwork may be on the weather-beaten side, but his welcoming smirk is ageless.
  • They drove to the site, a weather-beaten bungalow near the boardwalk. Shore Thing
  • St Nicholas' Church has been granted more than £130,000 by English Heritage to repair the weather-beaten building.
  • There are also contemplative zones, like a fragrant garden for smell, the colour garden and a pool of lilies for sight, and a tactile area strewn with weather-beaten rocks to stimulate the sense of touch.
  • From the roof, they could see the entire yard and down the street, past the weather-beaten houses to the VFW at the end of the block, where oldsters gathered to play bingo and swap stories. The Sins of Brother Curtis
  • Their features were at once craggy and dour, their skin tough-looking and weather-beaten.
  • The culture in the yoghurt brings up a weather-beaten effect within weeks and encourages the growth of lichens.
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